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Windows 7 Thread, The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded in Technical; Originally Posted by ZeroHour This happens to us randomly but a reboot usually fixes it, its not a wide spread ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    This happens to us randomly but a reboot usually fixes it, its not a wide spread problem though.
    You got any firewalls?
    Also DO NOT DELETE THE WHOLE PROFILE LIST KEY, only subkeys that are relevant
    Agreed with us, we get it at times seems sometimes slow to wakeup NICs are a cause but it is random and not that often so a quick restart cures all

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    Quote Originally Posted by nephilim View Post
    For some reason, after doing a disk clean up and defrag etc, and running all updates on the computers over half term, we have major issues with the computers, they are refusing to log in stating "The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded" and then logs off.

    I am at a loss as our system is crippled, and rolling back the machines to a previous point has not fixed this. Any and all help appreciated

    Oh and we have tried what MS put on the website about the autofix thing.
    I am running into this problem as of Yesterday and I cannot find any support to solve the issue.

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    Log in with local admin account.
    Disconnect the machines from the server.
    Restart the machines.
    Reconnect the machines.
    Restart the machines.
    Log in as domain admin
    Run ALL updates manually (WSUS is what went wrong for me)
    Enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by nephilim View Post
    Log in with local admin account.
    Disconnect the machines from the server.
    Restart the machines.
    Reconnect the machines.
    Restart the machines.
    Log in as domain admin
    Run ALL updates manually (WSUS is what went wrong for me)
    Enjoy
    Just got the same issue, will try your fix.

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    I had the same issue when I initially setup Manadatory profiles for students. Found the cure by getting them to logon to a machine they hadn't tried before which worked. Then I deleted their profile on the problem machine and tested their account again - OK :-)

    Why does Windows 7 seem to have an issue with swapping between profile types and deleting all profiles is painfully slow unless you delete the corresponding ProfileList reg key and then delete the users profile folder manually.

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